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to be and i know defense attorney joey jackson. joey, let me begin with you. i keep wondering if this man is a dead man walking. they will either get him in a hail of bullets, or he will undoubtedly be up on a death penalty charge, if they catch him alive. >> yes. this is the type of story you don't think is going to end well. here's a person who apparently wanted to be a police officer all his life, was fired for whatever reasons they had to fire him. he apparently has a vendetta he wants to take out on everyone. so certainly a person like this whose admitted in his postings that he's depressed we know he's deranged. i don't have the feeling this will end well such there could ultimately be a capital murder prosecution. we will see. >> this underlines what we have been talking about so much. how do you know in advance who is going to snap in this way. there is no profile. there's an incredible piece in the current issue of the new yorker about the 45-year-old biology professor at the university of alabama who opened fire on a classroom of colleagues a number of years ago. >> i spoke to t
heard about. >> bill: these people are all crazy. they are all nuts. i mean, michael jackson kills himself, right? elvis pretty much killed himself. janice joplin, jim morrison, the list is endless, jimmy hendrix. they never seem to learn. >> it's hard to predict to say what goes on inside the minds of an artist but that's what makes them an artist. that sense of creativity. that thing that makes them particular is probably the very thing that pushes them to the extremes that sometimes can cause, you know, fatalities and things that, you know, that end up not being good. >> bill: what was the most dynamic talent that you saw? because you basically are a guy who is looking for the next big thing in rock. >> when i came to sony i signed mariah carey >> i had the chance to work with michael jackson who was as brilliant as they come. ♪ because this is thriller, thriller night. >> bill: you couldn't get through to him on the social level though? >> it wasn't my job to get through to him. my job was to get the best possible music that he could make and that i could sell for him. that w
pistorius denies the allegations. >>> senator jesse jackson jr. says he used campaign funds for personal expenses. he took $750,000 out of his war chest and used it to buy things like this -- a $43,000 rolex, more than $5,000 in furs bought in beverly hills, and a couple of michael jackson hats for around $4,000 each. >>> time now to jump into politics. the top stories from the week. we start with the fight over chuck hagel, and a fight it was. senate republicans, most notably john mccain, have effectively blocked his confirmation at least for now. they are demanding more information from president obama on the attack in benghazi. joining me as they do every week on cnn, democratic strategist maria cordona and amy holmes, editor for "the blaze." maria, i'll start with you. >> good morning. >> talk about a testy confirmation hearing. is this just the latest part of some playground, or do you think there's more to this? >> i think it is absolutely the latest in partisan politics, susan. and i think it doesn't bode well for the republicans. they already have a perception from the american p
me is the they pop up heads like jesse jackson saying he understands how do you understand who two innocent people getting gunned down like that? >> sean: it's a bad precedent. someone like this you could have copy cats. danny you're a former fbi hostage negotiator. when you said the manifesto did you think he was someone anyone would have an opportunity to negotiate with? didn't seem likely to me. >> i commended the rescue team. i'm a tactical person. no. i thought he was going to have to be, going to be a shootout. he was dedicated to what he was going to do which was, and act revenge upon any one in a law enforcement uniform, he's making war on the police. the police have to act with restraint. so anyone with a uniform on, he's going kill them. so this is what we're dealing w he's a monster, if he's gone, the world is better off for it. >> what where wur thoughts? >> they did a good job. >> and they, isolated him, contained him. if i had been there i would have put gas in that place. limited ability on your officers they did the right thing at the right time. they also estimate
who died five years ago. he was wayne jackson. he had five different identities and a criminal record. he was convicted of child molestation in 1981. that is three years before kevin's disappearance. police recently discovered he was accused of kidnapping and sexually assaulting two 13-year-old boys in canada. he lived across the street from the school and he owned a large black dog. at time of course, police searched jackson's home but they didn't find anything. but last week investigators earned to that home where jackson used to live. cadaver dog a reacted to an area of the garage. that area was he can can straighted and bones were found. medical examiner says a preliminary assessment suggest that is the bones were from an animal. further tests are being conducted and the results are expected in a few weeks. jenna. jenna: we'll continue to watch those developments. patti ann, thank you. >> thank you. jon: a new study offers a startling prediction on the mental health of america's aging population. it suggests the number of alzheimer's cases could triple in the next 40 years. resear
some breaks news crossing moments ago, on the former congressman jesse jackson, jr., reports he has signed a plea deal with the justice department regarding the misuse of campaign funds. the chicago sun times reported earlier that the plea is expected to include significant jail time for jesse jackson, jr. the reported deal would also involve repaying the government hundreds of thousands of dollars. fox has confirmed that a deal has been reached on the misuse of funds, but we're trying to get more specifics into what is involved here. you'll remember that he left congress, the reports were that he was not well and now we've learned this development for jesse jackson, jr. and more coming up on that, stay tuned for more as you get it. so, a nasty surprise for americans as they go to fill up their tanks, ahead of the big winter storm today and we all have been encouraged to do that because you remember what happened during hurricane sandy and gas prices start their annual jump, a little bit higher than usual this time around, the average price for a gallon of regular now $3.57. and thi
. it's just common sense. from td ameritrade. >>> former illinois congressman jesse jackson jr. faces charges of misusing campaign funds. that is a federal offense. his wife, sandy jackson, a former chicago city alderman, is accused of filing false tax returns. investigators say jackson diverted $750,000 for personal use by, among other thing, a rolex watch and several furs. >>> a former san diego mayor has admitted to taking $2 million from her late husband's charity to fund a casino gambling debt. prosecutors say she won and lost over $1 billion at casinos over nine years. now maureen o'connor's lawyer is blaming her gambling addiction on a brain tumor. >> this was not, we think, simply a psychiatric problem or a character defect, because there is substantial evidence that during this same time there was a tumor growing in her brain. >> if o'connor repays the misappropriated charity money within two years she could possibly avoid prosecution. "los angeles times" san diego bureau chief tony perry is live for us in san diego. tony, you've covered o'connor for years. what was your imme
around the world the former personal aid to governor romney when he ran for president, gator jackson is tweeting i would have had the water bottle closer. >> bill: big story. nbc broke it should have had the water story bottle closer. joining us now from washington kate obenshain republican strategist and kirsten powers fox news analyst. all right, powers. this is so ridiculous. this is really the crux of the story. this is so foolish does it show desperation on the part of the left to highlight this? what does it show. >> i have maintained for a while that the media is run by a bunch of 14-year-olds. i'm going to downgrade them to kinder gart necessary. the fact that this is the thing that they think the whole speech was about? i mean, look, it was a staff mistake. the water should have been closer to him. they have shown pictures of the studio. the light was like right on top of him. you know, he took a drink of water. it's really not that big of a deal. >> bill: why are they making it, powers. you know this world. you dine with these people, perhaps vacationed with them in the pas
, and secrecy si jackson jr. has signed off on a plea deal in a misuse of campaign funds case. fox news has confirmed the former illinois congressman is agreeing to this deal. according to one report, the deal would involve significant jail time and repaying the government hundreds of thousands of dollars. jackson has been under investigation allegedly for using campaign funds to, among other things, decorate his washington home. he is no longer a congressman. jenna: more on that as we get it. in the meantime, "happening now," one of america's most prestigious and politically powerful families the victims of hacking. a hacker stealing personal e-mails and pictures from both former presidents bush -- from both former presidents, and now the secret service of is investigating, trying to help out the bush family in all of this. molly henneberg is joining us live from washington with more. molly? >> reporter: hi, jenna. there's no indication at this point that the private e-mail accounts of the former presidents bush were hacked. but it appears that a hacker got access to six private e-mail acc
of jackson. an observer shot these pictures. look at that. a large funnel cloud moving. multiple buildings around the town are damaged. at least a dozen of people are injured. university of southern mississippi campus was hit. describe for us how bad it was and how bad it is. we can see a little bit behind you of some of that damage. >> reporter: i'll describe for you how bad it was as you take a look at how bad this building is. first, this is the ogletreehouse on the campus of university of southern mississippi. it started out 100 years ago as the home of the president of the college. now it's the alumni association's homes. you see piles of bricks here, and some parts of this building still intact. chairs, tables, degrees hanging on the walls. to talk about how bad it was, when it came through early sunday evening, it's described as being 3/4 of a mile wide just charging through this town. we've spoken with the cops here touring this area. a few miles away, there's the oak grove high school. there's damage there. this stayed in town and on the ground for some time. as it relates to inju
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